Ferry Port in Naples
Naples Ferry Port

Ferries from Sorrento to Naples are a great way to get from the Amalfi Coast to the closest major city when you are visiting Italy. Services on this route are run by an Amalfi Coast ferry company called SNAV.

SNAV Ferry from Sorrento to Naples
The SNAV ferry is a hydrofoil and is the most direct way to get from Sorrento to Naples. SNAV runs at least six ferries a day from Sorrento to Naples throughout the year. Ferries leave from the port at Marina Piccola in Sorrento and arrive at Naples Molo Beverello ferry port.

The SNAV ferry from Sorrento to Naples takes 35 to 40 minutes, and ferry tickets cost 13.30 euros one-way. You can purchase tickets at the row of booths at the Marina Piccola port or online with a credit card before you depart.

Metro del Mare Ferry from Sorrento to Naples
Metro del Mare ran a regular ferry service from Sorrento to Naples, but the 2014 schedule has not been released yet, and there is strong suspicion that the company will not operate ferries this year due to financial trouble.

Other Ways to get from Sorrento to Naples
If you don’t want to take a ferry from Sorrento to Naples, you can take a taxi, train, bus, or rental car.